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Brisket time!

post #1 of 13
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Here's my first post of a little cook I'm doing this afternoon/evening on my homemade side burner. Hope ya'll enjoy!

Here's my brisket trimmed & seasoned. More pics to follow once I get it started. [IMG]
post #2 of 13
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That first pic is the point. Here's the flat.

post #3 of 13
Looks like a good start! Keep us posted!!
post #4 of 13

good luck!  Have fun!



post #5 of 13

Yum Brisket! Looks good so far.

post #6 of 13
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Temp is looking good.

Briskest are on.

Here's my view for the evening.

post #7 of 13
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Here they are at about 4hrs in right before I wrapped.

Here is the whole brisket.

Here is a pic of the point.

post #8 of 13
Looks good, What time is dinner?
post #9 of 13

Looking good  How long did you cook ? How far into the cook did you wrap ? I think we are supposed to get some rain today.



post #10 of 13

Looks great and probably smells even better.  show some sliced views too!


Make us drool!



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post #12 of 13
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Sorry for the late reponse...but I wrapped around 4 hrs & total cook time was around 10 hrs.

I played golf Sat. morning & we got off the course right before the storm hit so that was good.

Sorry for no sliced pics cause they were for a get together Sat. evening & it was about 2:00 am Sat. morning when they came off the pit. But I will say none was left so I think they turned out nicely!

Thanks, Marty
post #13 of 13

Marty, that means you will just have to cook another one so we can see some slice pic's  oh darn !!!!  We got some heavy rain all around but in Whitehouse it lasted about 3 min. then just a sprinkle . Hoping for a good steady rain today.



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